POLICE LOG for 5/15: Early Release Day Leads To Some Kids Behaving Badly; School Bus Issues

WILMINGTON, MA — 59 incidents were entered into the Wilmington Police Log last Friday, May 15.

Here are TWELVE highlights:

  • A minor motor vehicle accident occurred between a Honda Civic and a Subaru Impreza at Radio Shack on Main Street. No injuries. (8:16am)
  • A Carson Avenue caller reported a raccoon around the neighborhood with an abnormal pace.  Caller was concerned for neighborhood kids and pets. Raccoon checked out OK. (9:09am)
  • An Evergreen Drive caller reported a blue Mongoose mountain bike was on her porch but does not belong to her. Police moved the bike back to one of her neighbor’s apartments and advised her to contact the station if there was any further issues. (10:19am)
  • A concerned mother on Lake Street reported her daughter was dropped off at her bus stop and reported the bus driver was operating erratically, swerving off the roadway. School bus company was notified.  Police caught up to bus at Woburn Street School.  Bus operator checked OK. (10:58am)
  • Kids were reported on the railroad tracks under the Butters Row bridge. Kids were gone by the time police arrived. (12:07pm)
  • A caller reported a group of boys were being noisy and cussing at her at Panera Bread on Main Street. Boys were gone by the time police arrived. (12:32pm)
  • Six youths were causing a disturbance at Town Beach.  Police spoke with them and advised them to keep the noise level down. (1:00pm)
  • Wilmington Fire Department put out small brush fire near the Woburn Street School. Police checked area for suspected parties, but found no one. (2:35pm, 3:54pm)
  • A Douglas Avenue man reported receiving strange calls from an ex-girlfriend of 20 years ago. (4:06pm)
  • A school bus broke down at 282 Salem Street. Bus was off to the side of the road, not posing a traffic hazard. Driver had a mechanic en route. (4:17pm)
  • 3-car crash in front of Nichols Funeral Home on Middlesex Avenue.  No injuries noted.  2 cars towed. (4:58pm)
  • A Poplar Street caller reported six teenagers crossed through his yard, noting it’s an ongoing issue.  Police spoke with the teens, spoke with the caller, and gave the caller paperwork to file a No Trespass Order. (5:48pm)

DISCLAIMER: This information is public information.  An arrest does not constitute a conviction.  Any arrested person is innocent until proven guilty.

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